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Category Archives: Wordless Wednesdays
Last week was busy with school, birthday parties, a carnival, swimming and ballet lessons. We also met Elmo and went to a very wonderful event hosted by Trumpeting Media, Shot@Life, and the United Nations Foundation. Shot@Life launched a new app … Continue reading
We had a tough day here, after a very long night. My husband is away. I’m anxious and tired. Tonight ended with frustration and screaming and fighting over going to sleep. Once Henry finally went to bed at 10:00, I … Continue reading
This past New York winter–mild, erratic, flighty–was still winter. And all that comes with that–the boots, gloves, dirt salted floors, early darkness and staying inside as much as possible–put me a little off these past few months. More than usual. … Continue reading
I am linking up with These Little Waves and Mama Wants This for a sublime linky.
I spent a bit of time tonight going through pictures on iPhoto. I became very nostalgic: I recently cut my hair short and I am missing my long hair. And also, my children are growing up quickly–they are kids now … Continue reading
This is the where. Truly, I don’t know how. So many reasons why. I linked up with These Little Waves and Mama Wants This
I have not done a holiday card since M’s first Christmas, four years ago. And that was a New Year’s card that went out in February. I adore and admire all our friends who send us beautiful cards with stunning … Continue reading
I turned 41 this month. Birthdays really aren’t the same after you have kids. We all get that. My husband bought, at the four year old’s insistence, cupcakes for the family. And so that the four year old could blow … Continue reading